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A Solemn Requiem Mass will be offered for His Royal Highness by the Bishop of East Anglia in the Cathedral Church of St John the Baptist, Norwich on Wednesday April 14th

A Solemn Requiem Mass will be offered for His Royal Highness by the Bishop of East Anglia in the Cathedral Church of St John the Baptist, Unthank Road, Norwich on Wednesday April 14th at 6.00pm. the Mass will be live...

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Booking for Mass

Before you make a booking, please be aware of the following important information: • Please do not arrive at the church more than 15 minutes before Mass begins, but also try to avoid arriving at the last minute. Although queues...

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Live Streaming from St Edmunds

You can watch Mass from St Edmunds on your home computer, or mobile device. During Lockdown 3 we will be live streaming Mass on Sundays at 10.30am and all our weekday Masses. Evening Prayer (Vespers) will also live streamed Sunday...

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'Gift Aid - the good way to give to your Church'

Gift Aid is an arrangement that allows charities, including churches, to reclaim tax on donations made by a taxpayer. It covers weekly giving as well as one-off donations. This means that every donation you make is worth 25% more to...

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RADIO MARIA - A Christian Voice in Your Home

Fr Mike was recently interviewed about hospital chaplaincy for broadcast on 'Padre's Hour' on Radio Maria. Click here for further details of broadcast and how to listen to Radio Maria....

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Statement on Safeguarding

The account given in the IICSA Report of abuse known to be inflicted on children in the Catholic Church in England and Wales in the past 50 years is shocking and overwhelming. At our meeting this week, we Bishops have...

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Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage is an ideal way of combining prayer and exercise. Allied to Abbey 1000, an inspirational opportunity has been designed for you to walk (within permitted guidelines) in your own time either or both of two mediaeval routes of pilgrims...

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Catholic Church welcomes IICSA report into abuse

The Catholic Church in England and Wales has welcomed the report, published today, from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, relating to the institutional response of the Church in its duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse...

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A test of Faith describes the significance of St Edmund in times of plague

A local historian, tour guide and member of St Edmund's Catholic Church, John Saunders has decided to release a story that he intended for the future but which has assumed current relevance. Inhabitants of Bury St Edmunds will be familiar...

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